clear skies and the absence of wind later on tonight. we're talking a bog a freeze watch. so don't be surprised if you wake up to temperatures below the freezing mark tomorrow. i will talk about just how cold it will get in your neighborhood coming up and 15 minutes. good morning dan. >>: pretty much everyone will be slow getting into san francisco. the metering lights are cycling and very slowly. the san mateo bridge westbound not so bad. headlights moving back towards east bound hayward.
no delays. out at the golden gate bridge, no delays here either northbound or southbound moving very well. barges on time for now. there could be problems for bart to come >>darya: that's because of our two major unions to file a lawsuit today against the agency for failing to fulfill a contract that both sides had agreed to. bart admits it made a mistake in the contract that could cost it millions of dollars over the next several years. kron4's will tran is live at the west oakland bart station with the details. >>will: management is saying yes they made a mistake but they say it is too costly. they approve the contract right in front of the union workers within the strict the provision of the six weeks' leave the. bart
workers are planning to file a lawsuit saying this is a violation of the collective bargaining process that they met over several months with 1: off. , two strikes and round-the-clock negotiations. they even brought in a heavy hitter. a professional negotiator at $400,000 for his smarts that is and then as they say that there was a mistake to read a clerical error that they forgot to take out. they are still doing the investigation on this the nonetheless, bart unions are saying let's honor this bill. your management team signed off on this. you all need to sign off on it. if not, there could be a third strike. just talking about a strike and asking our riders about that, not sitting well with them. >>: it will impact to me great leap. i have to get to school and get to work. it would be nice if they could get this figure out because a lot of these that just a lot of college kids this is
the only way to go they need to get it together very soon. the the of >>: good news is there's no strike rights now. the bad news is of both sides are not talking and all options including the strike are definitely on the table. back to you darya. >>darya: thanks a lot will. new this morning. late night delays in the transit aid to the three days a week are coming to an end as bart engineers have completed earthquake retrofit work of their ahead of schedule. bart began the work in a market estimated that it would take 14 months and since then, bart trains have been delayed 10-15 minutes. the work involved adding 4 t steel plates to the inside of the to to strengthen its in case of an earthquake. crews hauled the plates into the tube each night and both of them to decide and have now finished welding them together into and. the work ended up taking only eight
months instead of the original 14. >>mark: following a developing story and the news room. the search will resume today for a single engine plane registered to san jose man that went missing in idaho. here is the live look at where that plane was trying to make an emergency landing in a yellow pine tree and grass runway covered in snow. officials said five people were aboard the plane registered to dale smith went redder lost track of it. the play was going from baker, or again--oregon, to butte,montana, when the pilot reported engine failure near the alpine air strip in central idaho. friends of smith say he took off a week ago to spend time with family and friends for the thanksgiving holiday. authorities have not identified who was on board. the search and the central idaho back country have been complicated by heavy snow and low visibility. about
two dozen search and rescue personnel were coming and mountain ridge near the small town of yellow pine for the single engine beechcraft bonanza for it >>darya: thanks mark. the west contra costa and unified school district is taking a stand against bullying and sexual harassment. after meeting last night, it was decided board members will get professional training and development. so when students report incidents for the administration, there will be met help victims. >>: it's important and critical that we have administrator to understand ways to identify the problem and address it. >>darya: the board will have a retreat on tenerife forced to further discuss these issues. a few weeks later, we're told a meeting will be held to implement the regulations. >>darya: 1 victim of school bullying believes the administration could have stepped in a lot sooner.
jewyles gutierrez was taunted and harassed while at school. this video shows a particular incident in which gutierrez threw the first slap but says it was in self-defense. gutierrez school administration did little to prevent the blame for it tested is now offering the attacks will start up again. >>: i don't feel safe. i feel like i always have to look behind me. >>darya:gutiereez was suspended after that fight. the school board says that overall, bullying and suspension cases are down but obverse like these prove more still needs to be done. --gutierrez.
>>james: coming up on the kron4 morning news. a friend of actor paul walker talks about the moments leading up to the crash that killed the fast and furious star. and a vigil for the san jose, are hit and killed while he was being pushed on a stroller. why residents say they're not surprised happened. [chris]still smoking up a storm?
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and the latest on the accident and death of fast and furious of paul walker. the loss angeles county sheriff's office says there is no evidence of a second vehicle link to the accident that killed the actor over the weekend. here is surveillance video of saturday's crash, courtesy of omg insider. already say walker and driver roger rodas--athroitiesuthoriteies. we
killed immediately and the fiery crash. jim torp, a friend of walker was among the witnesses and describes what happened leading up to the crash. an investigation is ongoing but officials believe speed up played a factor. >>mark: walker's friend and " fast and furious " star then--vin diesel stock to buy the site and think fans for shore support for walker's family. walker was shooting fast and furious seven that was expected to be released next july. film director said the shooting will continue with the rest of the group.
>>erica: temperatures are warm and then 24 hours ago and that's because the high clouds and wind that makes the air around. the northwesterly winds are picking up. 22 for oakland. 18 mi. per hour winds right now of all the gus will increase along the coast line later today. for the most part, the wins will start to die down. with that, the still air and clear conditions will set the stage for some very cold
temperatures later on tonight. more on that in a moment street was talk afternoon highs. 55 out the door and now plan 54 expected in daly city. a cold front has pushed through the bay area of a lagging behind is all that cool air that will filter on in. don't be surprised if you wake up to temperatures below freezing tomorrow morning. this will impact on most of the bay area 7 cisco is the exception expected to remain in the 40's. we're talking the possibility of unsettled weather greeted temperatures hovering right around the freezing mark. highs will play reach the ultimate '50s and we will continue with the possibility of unsettled weather even as we start the next work week. 716 as the time right now. here is data. >>: the weather is also x impacting the roadways. for
the bay bridge along the back of extending well beyond 880 over cast that includes fasttrack and cash lanes. a stall on the upper deck of the bay bridge ride before treasure island that is partially blocking the ride elena. san mateo bridge, a much better shape east bound westbound grid 92 a little heavier than the east bound direction but those a year tillites heading towards the peninsula. starting to thicken up but not too much of a delight as you had to the toll plaza. no delays in either direction 411 northbound or southbound. >>james: in san jose a 3 year-old boy is being remembered by family friends and neighbors. a candlelight vigil was held at the intersection of old and find last night to remember three-year-old elijah alvitre. --oak and vine. a
candlelight vigil was held at the intersection of--a week ago monday, the boy was hit and killed by a truck driver while he was being pushed on a stroll on the way to a park. residents say the accident was no surprise to them that it's been a dangerous intersection for a long time. neighbors say one way to slow down traffic in the area is to turn vine street from a one way back into a two-way street. >>darya: new this morning, when it comes to the basics in school, you are far behind the rest of the world. a global exam given to 15 year-old world wide shows, the u.s. is lacking and math and are just average in science and reading. in fact, american students failed to place in the top 20 in any subject.
the top scoring teams are and singapore, south korea, japan and hong kong for its education secretary arne duncan says the solution should include higher academic standards, affordable college and retention of top-notch educators. >>mark: today, president obama will start a new push for the health-care.gov website. in an event at the white house he will highlight people he says have been held by his health or care reform law and website. the president also working on possible subsidies to insurance companies to let people keep their existing insurance plans as was originally promised. the government say most of the glitches on these website have now been fixed. and now that to the
website is supposed to be running smoother, consumers are reporting mixed success as they try and lock on to the updated health care exchange. >>james: and man was killed in a shark attack while fishing from a kayak in hawaii. it happened but it off the island of maui. apparently, the fishermen speak for dangling over the edge of his kayak when a shark bit one of them. a friend kayaking near by tried to stop the man's bleeding with a tourniquet and called on a nearby tour boat for health and they sailed a shore. >>: we all helped get the entire kayak with the body on to the boat. my wife, who is a physician determined as well as she could that the person have passed away some time before. " >>james: this is the 13th sharks incidents in hawaii so far this year and the 8th on maui.
>>darya: several 49ers players swapped their football helmets for santa hats monday in san jose. it began with a huddle as players were paired with low-income children before fanning out across a target store armed with a long list of gift ideas for their families. joe looney, anquan boldin, colt mccoy and a half-dozen others showing lots of patience and a toy aisles getting some ideas of their own no doubt. giving back and getting something back and returned. >>: i am very blessed so it feels really good to be able to help these kids out and give them some christmas presents. >>: i was brought up with not a lot of money so it feels good to be able to give kids what i would have wanted at their age. >>: it's all about giving back.
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you're looking and drivers in been totally confused. some drive the wrong way is. while some role for not letting some silly lane dividers given away. uc drivers have been ignoring these no u-turn signs for as long as they've been here. >>: how long does that thing in here?
>>: for ever. >>: really? >>: yes. the issue is no one likes this stuff on traffic but on highway 37 is stuck is the norm. unless you ignore all the signs advising you which direction to take because you know a shortcut. and a shortcut is making a u-turn in front of sonoma race with all to often driving onto the parking lot to make it suitable legal. >>: it's got an a very bad. we've had people get hit. yet the slam on your brakes. >>: so sonoma red to replace a lot on their property to prevent the interns. the placing of the walt tunnels drivers to the gate. right now drivers are getting notices apologizing for the inconvenience but these steps are to prevent serious crashes and the drivers should contact federal states and local representatives to solve the congestion on highway 37. in the near future drivers will be required to sign a waiver
at the end of the raceway but that does and the confusion. as drivers try to figure out what to do, the fact that the chp is there observing have some drivers acting like they meant to: here. >>: this is your first time? but yes. >>: making phone calls or just driving in circles. >>: so how often. and don't tell me it's your first time. it's not my first time. it but i don't do it all the time to react and how many times do you make that turn? >>: call was times. >>: as a no more raceway, stanley roberts kron4 news 3--at sonoma raceway.
a comeback to the kron4 morning news here's a look and satellite and radar. a cold front has pushed to the bay area and will be until the overnight hours when we start to see temperatures
drastically dropped. waking up too mild conditions right now those northwesterly winds have picked up. they are expected to die down as we head into the afternoon and that we are gearing up for a free is watching to thursday morning. don't be surprised if you wake up to temperatures and the upper 20s. severely cold weather coming our way. i would to know who will see the coldest rain readings coming up. the morning dan. >>: it's unfortunately metering lights have been up long bond. san mateo bridge still in good shape but a lot thicker than it should have been. based upon moving pretty good towards hayward and if we take a look at the golden gate bridge street e will see a pretty smooth ride northbound and
southbound with no delays reported and no delays on the bart. on to the possibility of a bart lawsuit. kron4's will tran is live at the west oakland bart station where he's been following this story four days and days. well. the >>vicki: how about months and months. maybe and back here people are asking what's going on. the greatest news is barthian and could file a lawsuit as early as today because they are tired of talking so now they're letting their lawyers do all the talking. in the meantime, bart trains are still running to see the have to worry about that and a bart strike could be on the horizon. there is still technically no deal and place even though birds
management sign off on the deals. turns out there was a mistake that allowed a bart workers six weeks of paid medical leave. right now you can get that but you don't get paid for it. yes to cash in on your vacation and sick or unpaid days. under a new deal this was put in place accidentally according to bart management and they took out a provision saying they agreed to it. but bart is saying you have to moderate. whether it was a mistake or not you have to agree to it. we had a chance to talk to bart riders who are st, dan. >>: a third of bart strike would keep me isolated. i have to take her to school every day. it would hurt my pockets. it hurts my pockets last time. on the last strike. i sent a double-i spent double the money that i don't have.
>>will: and then at the james as you know bart hired a professional negotiator during the whole process we have a chance to talk to bart board of directors. they don't even like his name being mentioned. they are distancing themselves from thomas hawk but they say they aren't going after him. the good news is no strike but the bad news is they are not talking. >>james: we will let you know why happens today. >>darya: the search is on for a single engine for a plane at that went missing at an idaho. its registered to dale smith when the radar lost track of the plane. it was going from baker or again to give montana when the pilot reported a in gin failure. france said it took off a week ago to spend times with family and friends for the thanksgiving
holiday. the serbs and the central idaho county is very difficult because of heavy snow and low visibility for it valley county sheriff's deputies as about two dozen search personnel will be coming the mountain ridge area near the tiny town of yellow pine for the single engine beach. >>darya: police have arrested a man in connection with the shooting and killing of a man over a place asian for a game consoles. there is the picture of the victim who was killed named ekanna u wkana. the shooting happened on sunday afternoon and this is a district whereukawa went with his girlfriend to meet the by air. after they said the transaction of online. police say he was shot before he then cashed out of his car and then
driven to a bay area spots on jerrold avenue. >>mark: a federal judge has refused to reinstate the license of the pilot of the
oil tanker that sideswipe the bay bridge six years ago. the spill caused a 50,000 gal. oil spill. the pilot, john cota of petaluma, sued after the coast guard refused in 2010 to restore the federal merchant marine life and he had held for 27 years. on monday in u.s. district judge jeffrey white of the coast guard decision. cota, now 66, was by latina-- piloting the cosco busan ship heavy fog on november 7, 2007 when it struck the bridge. he pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges of illegally discharging oil in the bay after the coast guard concluded he was impaired by prescription drugs and failed to follow safety precautions before the crash.
>>darya: the white house is now joining those pleading for the release of its palo alto man being detained in north korea. the latest video of the 85 year-old romero-merrill newman to making a so-called apology for " war crimes " he committed during the korean conflict. his friends and family said the apology was clearly scripted. analysts have examined a video and say there are clues newman could be released soon. >>: so this is baffling but this is a new regime of the new leader and i suspect he sending different signals but nobody knows, but the signals are. " >>darya: another photograph has a release of a newman. it shows him enjoying his 10 day tour of north korea before his detention. a swedish ambassador has met with newman and said, he was being treated well and has received the medications and
by his family. >>mark: the laptops, tablets and other mobile devices were working overtime for cyber monday consider to be the superbowl of online shopping. analysts say overall sales were up 17.5 percent compared to last year. smart phones and tablets drove nearly one- third of traffic on cyber monday making a shift in shopping preferences. some of the most popular items included the new ps4 and xbox one consoles tv's and tablets. also, the designer labels. >>darya: up next on the kron4 morning news, a mom sparked a firestorm of controversy after posting this selfie.
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>> welcome back. this mother posted this picture. this is just days after she gave birth. at she took a lot of heat after she shows this. just four days after she gave birth to she posted in these underwear's caree. >> this made the backlash of people tweet team calling her names. they stated-it was unfair to the other men and that she was a freak. >> i have no problem with people opposing and showing pictures but the fact is she
has a medical condition, her skittishness so soon after birth could be harmful. >> i salute her. i just take it is a shape that we are all obsessed about how we look. >> she looks great. i hope i look like that after i have my kids. >> and join the conversation at kron4.com >> the time now seven of 40 3:00 a.m..7:43 a.m.. [ male announcer ] some things are simply better at home.
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>> welcome back. there are changes for the oakland athletics. he was acquired by the oakland a's. johnson will replace the other person that became a free agent. he is 30 years old. he tied a major league in saves and he ladd also in 2012. the oakland a's also signed scott at $22 million for two years. he is 29 years so pripet you will not
want to miss our sports night live hosted by gary radnich. this will feature gary's radio partner larry krueger. this will be something brand new here on kron 4. we will have live debates and big-time interviews. the show will premiere thursday december 5th at 9:00 p.m.. you could check out the facebook page in sports night live. you can also like us for a chance to win a $2,000 home theater system. >> san francisco is very mild right now 52 degrees. we are holding up to upper 40's for places like santa rosa 22 degrees in oakland and we do have wind advisories in effect. the northwesterly wind has also increased in the cold front
pass came through. it will not be enough to the overnight hours for the temperatures to drop drastically. do not expect much warming was conquered have a high--daley's it will have a high of 54 degrees. partly cloudy but the sky was clear letter on today. do not be surprised if tomorrow the temperatures will be below freezing. this will impact most of the bay area with the exception of san francisco. we will gear up for some very chilly frosty and freeze the conditions for about thursday. >> the time of 7:48 a.m.. >> it has been a very long morning for the bay area. we
had an accident, a stalled and high wind. all of this is the mountain until very long backups. it is backed up to about highway 41 westbound 80. the san mateo bridge had the westbound traffic go from good to bead. you are backed up eastbound which is totally different story. the golden gate bridge is in good shape both the northbound and southbound. we also have slowing on highway 4 approaching 680. >> although temperatures will be cold. a new report from the state department of water resources said that california could be facing a third straight dry winter. kron4 and charles clifford has the details. >> we had a very rainy
november and december last year. both of our winters are expected to be dry. this is not too bad but unless its starts to ran we may be in trouble. a new report from the department of resources and colorado stated that a third dry winter is a real possibility. in the past warm water conditions out of the pacific ocean have been an indicator of whether not california will have bright weather but this year the temperatures are neutral. it is combined with patterns for them to make three predictions. first, dry conditions for most of california especially in the southern part, second there will be normal to dry conditions for the colorado basin area including nevada.
third, researchers believe that there's a chance that conditions late and rainy season could bring more sure to the state. finally, even though this predicts another dry winter just two to three storms can turn this around. >> charles clifford, kron 4 news. >> paul volcker's friends, fans, and family are grieving the loss of the actor after he crashed. now investigators are slowly getting more clear pictures of what happened. cnn and see nichelle turner has details. >> investigators stated that the crash that killed paul walker involved a single speeding car. his fast and
furious co-star vin d iesel visited the crash site. >> the moment that this car driven by his friend crashed, >> we have confirmed to the zero daytow doa's. >> there were no other cars around them and there was only one car and when they hit, you can hear the exhaust. there was only one car. >> the pavement is scorched with skid marks. it was unclear if it was in the car that walker was then. this has a reputation of getting
fast drivers on this particular part of the street. walker spoke about dangers strivings onetime back in 2001. >> there's nothing worse than at 120 mi. per hour block. >> walkers >> will be ours is planned to open december 13th. he had been working on the seventh installment of the fast and furious at the time of his death. the future of the film is now in question. a scene from the movie has been linked on-line showing him at a funeral. >> what release behind a devoted fan base. his bed stated that he is overcome with grief. >> i always have the fear
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>> that to endless wait for the restaurant checks soon may be over. apple thebee's , the nation's largest casual dining chains, will announce their plans today to place tablets and every table in every one of their restaurants to by the end of 2014. people say that they will be able to use their tablets to pay when ever they want to and they could order things like there appetizers, deserts or even play video brands. the chain of move to roll out nearly 100,000 tablets will rank among the largest rollout of tablet technology and private sectors. the tablets have a 7 in. screen and
larger and most telephones. customers and apple bees and a chili sauce, will continue to order their meals a built waiter or waitress. >> a reminder to join kron4 for the seventh annual tree lighting hosted by vornado realty trust. it is happening to modify p.m. at 555 california st. in san francisco. grammy nominated singer carly rae jepsen will perform an honorarium shares carry an and ronni lott along with 49ers marcus lattimore and alex boone will light the tree. >> we will be right back.
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will let you know what's happening next. >> following developing news out of cupertino this morning where a dump truck crashed into a detached garage. >> the temperatures are mainly in the low 50's. it is fairly when the outside and the wind has increased now in oakland. 16 mi. per hour winds if you are along the delta. the wind is expected to come down. when the sky is clear that will allow the temperatures to go below the freezing mark. do not be surprised if the temperatures are in the 20's when you wake up tomorrow morning praye freeze watch wil. a freeze watch will be in effect until thursday. i
will break down their 7 their round the bay coming up. >> this is an improvement at the bay bridge toll plaza. we're starting to see in daylight at the end of the parking lot. westbound 80 is backed up to a highway 4. the san mateo bridge to see delays westbound moving towards the peninsula and that will continue the toll plaza it back up. these are the east the ball lies the issue are looking at. northbound and southbound 101 are moving okay. the >> the santa clara county sheriff's department is trying to figure out how a big rig ended up at a house. the driver only suffered minor injuries. we do have a crew set up and will bring
you live report. >> >> bart's two major unions could file a lawsuit today against the agency for failing to fulfill a contract that both sides had agreed to. bart admits it made a dollars over the next kron 4's will tran is live at the west oakland bart station with the details. >> marty yoli and is not happy about anything. they are not talking to the agency and now that will let there lawyers do the talking. everything is on the table including working out a new deal or to just go back on striker it bart union is stating that they have to agree to this because they worked on this process. they
want to file a lawsuit but just to have the whole process put on trial because of bart agreed through a professional negotiator and $400,000 to include six weeks of paid medical leave. when they went to look at the provisions before they approved it they said that it was a clerical error. they stated that they forgot to remove it or they just did not read the fine print. bart is investigating and there stating that a deal is a deal. >> about two weeks ago they voted yes on the $67 million contract or writer from of them there agreed to it but not without the provisions. that is why the lawyers are going to do all the talking. speaking of talking people who take part are very upset. >> it is going to be
frustrating. the first time was horrible and the second time was a manageable. i think the first time-tested >> i will put a phone call in to the union as well as the spokesperson to get their reactions on what is or not. i can tell you there right now they have not talked about demonstrate the this is still a possibility. that would just have to let the lawyers do what they need to do. just keep it here on kron 4 and i will have more for you at 9:00 a.m.. >> another developing story we are following this morning. the search will resume today for a single- engine plane registered to a san jose man that went missing in idaho. here is a live look at where that plane was trying to make an emergency landing.yellow pine. a grass runway covered in snow.
officials say five people were aboard the plane registered to dale smith when radar lost track of it. the plane was going from baker, oregon, to butte, montana. when the pilot reported an engine failure near the yellow pine air strip in central idaho. friends of smith say he took off a week ago to spend time with family and friends for the thanksgiving holiday. authorities have not identified who was on board the search in the central idaho back country has been complicated by heavy snow and low visibility. about two dozen search and rescue personnel were combing a mountain ridge near the small town of yellow pine for the single- engine beechcraft bonanza. >> santa roas supervisors plan
to review plans for a proposed park in honor of 13 year old andy lopez. lopez was shot by a sheriff's deputy who thought the boy was carrying a real gun. kron four's terisa estacio >> the santa rosa supervisors plan to take this matter up. at 8:30 a.m. the shooting of 13 year-old andy lopez sparked a lot of debate. they had a lot a protest because the family is quick to file a lawsuit against the sheriff deputy there was involved. lopez was just walking along a road with a toy rifle when mr. deputy saw him. where he was shot, is where their board to consider building apart. what are your thoughts on this matter. you can go to our website or go on facebook. we will be out here throughout the morning to provide you with the
latest coverage. >> we will be right back as the kron4 morning news continues. we have the top baby names coming out. is your child's name on the list? >> we have no information on paul walker's death.
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align welcome back. we are watching on wall street. we ought surely has some good all sales numbers from ford and chrysler. the feds will start to stop tapir their stimulus package. >> a new field poll finds that california voters increasingly disapprove of president barack obama's job performance-- while fewer than *half support his handling of health care. the poll released today shows that 51 percent of registered voters approve of the job obama is doing-- making it the lowest mark in two years. and at the same, 43 percent disapprove, up 8 percentage points since field's last survey in july. meanwhile, just 43 percent approve of his handling of health care, while half disapprove. obama's approval ratings are higher on the economy and foreign policy. overall, 55 percent of those surveyed still have a favorable view of the >> we have a cold front that
has passed through the bay area. we have colder weather on the way. i will talk about the freeze watch the set to go into affect.
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the lastest on the accident and death of fast and furious star paul walker. the los angeles county sheriff's office says there is no evidence of a second vehicle linked to the accident that killed the actor over the weekend. here's surveillance video of saturday's crash, courtesy of o-m-g insider. authorities say walker, and driver roger rodas, were killed immediately in the fiery crash. jim torp, a friend of walker, was among the witnesses and describes what happened leading up to the crash. >> the sad thing is set that went out for a drive for a couple of minutes. there are so many speculations about a drag racing and that never happens. when they passed me there were no cars next to them, in some of them, or behind them. there were by themselves. >> an investigation is ongoing, but officials believe speed played a factor. >> walker's friend and "fast and furious" star vin diesel stopped by the site and thanked fans for
showing support for walker's family. walker was shooting fast and furious seven that was expected to be released next july. film directors say the shooting will continue with the rest of the crew. >> as more information come out of hollywood will let you know. >> let's change gears and look at the weather. >> today is a transition day between the mild weather that we have been dealing with. the severe cold temperatures that are coming our way. the temperatures are not too bad. santa rosa at 59. we have a breezy conditions that are keeping the conditions warmer. the wind is at 60 mi. per hour for fairfield and 22 for those of you in oakland in half moon bay. we have wind
advisories in place for the bridges and you should drive with extra caution. the wind will die down for the afternoon but the temperatures will not budge by much. oakland is at 58 degrees and downtown san francisco was at a high of 56 degrees. satellite and radar shows a cold front and that light rain was brought in. the colder air behind the front is still lagging behind. it will not begin to the overnight hours that we start to see severely cold conditions. right now livermore is just 54 and 28 degrees for tomorrow morning. a 23 degree drop. san jose is in the mid 50s. you should brace yourself for this cold snap. we have a freeze warning born into affect. san francisco will be the exception. that will
continue until thursday morning but past that we are still holding on to cold temperatures but we will tackle the possibility for showers. unsettled weather by the end of the work week last entered the weekend and for monday as well. the time is 8 to 6:00 p.m.. >> we had long rides and that continues for highway 4. if you were thinking about taking southbound to 42 if this is your favorite short cut is not a good idea because there's an accident that is blocking the lanes. south paul to 42 is backed up to a highway 4. 880 has been a long ride but it is starting to thin out. north bound is still very heavy from to 38 of to high street. westbound 580 has improved. the bay bridge
toll plaza is backed up coming up from westbound 80 through berkeley you can expect to hit a back up at highway 4 and hercules as well. the san mateo bridge has no backups but there is one approach and the toll that extends out. the golden gate bridge is okay and bart is arriving on time. start a new push for the healthcare.gov website. in an event at the white house he will highlight people he says have been helped by his health care reform law and web site. the president also is expected to say that republicans want to strip away benefits without offering an alternative. the government saying most of the glitches on the healthcare.gov website have now been fixed and now that the healthcare.gov website is supposed to be running smoother, consumers are reporting mixed success as they try and log onto the updated healthcare exchange. brokers and online
assisters in utah say three of every four people who want to sign up for coverage on the federal government's online exchange are succeeding within an hour of logging in. navigators in wisconsin, illinois, alabama and north dakota reported vast improvement. the website is serving as a healthcare exchange for 36 states which did not or refused to set up their own website. california has it's own exchange at coveredca.com. which has also had some problems. our state exchange has >> a man was killed in a shark attack while fishing from a kayak in hawaii. it happened monday off the island of maui. apparently the fisherman's feet were dangling over the edge of his kayak when a shark bit one of them. a friend kayaking nearby tried to stop the man's bleeding with a tourniquet and called on a nearby tour boat for help, and they sailed ashore. >> we all helped get the
entire kayak with the body into the boat. my wife, who is a physician, determined as well as she could that the person had passed away some time before. >> this is the 13th shark incident in hawaii so far this year, and the eighth on maui. >> what do miley cyrus, prince george of cambridge, and the down-home duck dynasty clan have in common? they're all influencing our baby-naming choices, according to babycenter. the online pregnancy and parenting resource released its annual list of top 100 baby names and hottest naming trends today. top five girls' names of 2013 1. sophia 2. emma 3. olivia 4. isabella 5. mia top boys' names: 1. jackson fought his way up
to claim the number 1 boy's name, ending aiden's eight- year reign 2. aiden 3. liam 4. lucas 5. noah >> take a look at this! in australia, a sea eagle added new meaning to the phrase "bird's eye view" when it took off with a camera. the camera had been placed by park and wildlife rangers near a river to capture pictures of fresh- water crocodiles. the bird flew some 68 miles before setting the camera down! you can see it appearing to pose for a selfie as it pecks at the camera. the theft happened back in may, but workers recently found the camera -- which recorded the entire incident! >> good morning i am of the tech report gabe slate. i am inside of the bakery. they have something interesting or there implemented technology to connect with their customers. this is really cold, i will tell you
about when we return. [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay?
uncle go one,two,one,two,one two,one. [niece]okay! [uncle]okay? [niece]one,two three,four,five,six,seven,eight!
[uncle laughing] okay,we go the other way,okay? [niece]one,two,three,four,five, six,seven! [uncle laughs]there's ten spaces,you want to try again? [uncle]yeah? >> time for the tech report with gabe slate. >> good morning to read i am inside of this bakery in san francisco by union square. they have several shops around the bay area. there implementing new technology to connect with customers in an entirely new way. this mobile app will greet you
with an alert on your phone when you walk in the store. they will recommend to trace that you may light based on past purchases. that would give you discounts and special deals. >> mark, the company that developed this system >> with this system we integrate this and we all so enter this into app. we have developed this for the bakery shop. they can command will greet them and they confine their personalized recommendations. they can enter their password. >> this is about discovery and we will make this a better shopping experience. they have gold bugs, muffins, cookies and ice cream. really we recognize
the customer from what they have bought in the past and we introduced into new products and incentives to try things. we reward the maritime the return. >> he is thrilled to be connecting with customers. >> this allows us for the first time to have our items automated. we think that they will like this based on what they have purchased in the past. this apple will be live next week. the first 100 people will get a free cupcake. >> gabe slate, kron 4 news. the time is 8:27 a.m.. here is a live look from our roof cam. look at all the sunshine. it is still cold outside. zçzçtó
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8:29 a.m.. >> the temperatures are in the upper 40's, low 50's. the numbers are very mild compared to tomorrow morning. it is warm 44 degrees. downtown san francisco was at 50 degrees. two degrees warmer than oakland. there is a freeze watch born into affect letter on today. places like the livermore valley up to santa rosa will see temperatures dropping to the low 20s. we will continue with frosty and freeze see whether for the next couple of days. we have a chance for showers in the forecast. i will bring up the 7 day around the bay coming up at 8:45 a.m.. >> most of the focus is was going on in san francisco. this is northbound 11. we
have delays from the dawn to 80. this is just getting on the lower deck of the bay bridge. there was an early accident at the 80 split. this has cleared but obviously, the damage is done. san francisco we have belonged to lay at the bay bridge toll plaza. this goes all the way to the 580 split in richmond. the san mateo bridge is looking better at least we're in good shape the golden gate bridge is a picture of a beauty with no problems. bart is still on time. >> what happens if this goes to court. march 2nd major unions could file a lawsuit today against the agency for failing to fulfill a
contract. bart admits that they made a mistake in the contract that could cost millions of dollars. will tran is live at the was oakland bart station. >> i just got off the phone with them and they stated that 11:00 a.m. they plan to file a lawsuit. they stated that they're going to go after the agency because they had agreed to this contract. they stated that the management signed off on the deal and it is not their fault the they made a mistake. bart's stated that they did not want this there and that it might have been there but they forgot to remove it. this is why they rejected the deal even though their management agreed to a. they stated it will cost and $40 million of the four years. bart union is not happy and that is why i just confirmed that it planned to file a lawsuit and 11:00 a.m. as to why this is a violation. they sat down in good faith and they agreed to this and they
went through a professional mediator as well as their personal and a mediator at $400,000. they stated that it is not their fault and they need to honor the deal. they stated that they will come out with their attorneys to talk about why they believe this is illegal. >> i talk to a spokesperson from the union and she stated that they will not make a comment now the they will talk more about that in detail at 11:00 a.m.. >>
>> and other developing store we are following. the santa clara county sheriff's department are still try to figure of how a dump truck ended up in a house this morning in cupertino. this is video of the scene. the commercial dump truck crashed into a detached garage. the driver suffered minor injuries. >> police have arrested a suspect in connection to the shooting and killing of a man over a plays stations and for a game consoles. this is video of the victim. 21 year-old, ronnie collins of san francisco was arrested. the shooting occurred sunday afternoon and the city's the bayview district. police said that the victim was shot even before he got out of his car. >> the west contra costa a
unified school district is taking a stand against of bullying and sexual harassment. after meeting last month, it was decided the board members will be a professional training and development. >> the board will have a retreat on january 4th to further discuss these issues. a few weeks later, we're told that meeting will be held to implement regulations. >> gutierrez was taunted and harassed while she was a school. this video shows a incident in which she actually through the first lap. schoolmistress'-jesse felt the schoolmistress' did
not do anything to prevent the bullying. that students know afraid that the attacks will start again. >> she was suspended after this fight and the school board's stated that bullying and suspensions in these cases are down. outbursts like these prove that there's more still needing to be done. >> in san jose a 3 year-old boy is being remembered by family, friends and neighbors. a candlelight vigil was held at the intersection of zero and vine last night. this is to remember three year role e lijah alvitre. a week ago monday, the boy was hit and killed by a truck driver what he was being pushed on through a stroller. >> neighbors say that one
was a slow down the traffic in this area is to turn of mind street from it one way back into a two-way street. this adjust in to the kron4 morning nils. this is four months after detroit sought to file bankruptcy. the ruling this morning clears the way for the city to come with the plan to shed $18 billion in debt. the white house is not joining those pleading >> the white house is not joining those pleading to release a palo alto man who
is been detained in north korea. the latest video of 85 year-old to merrill newman shows to making this so-called apology. his friends and family say that the apology was clearly scripted. >> this is a baffling. this is a new regimen of new leaders. i suspect that he is sending different signals but nobody knows what those signals are. >> another photograph has been released of a new man. it shows come and join his tended toward north korea. he is still being treated well and he has received medications that were sent by his family. >> coming up on the kron4 morning new spread tablets on the dinner table. coming up we will let you know what apple bees near you plans to do. >> will also have to cyber
>> welcome back. the laptops, tablets and other mobile devices were working overtime for cyber monday. considered to be the super bowl of online shopping. analysts say overall sales were up 17 point 5 percent compared to last year. smartphones and tablets drove nearly one third of traffic on cyber monday. marking a shift in shopping preferences. some of the most popular items included the new p-s 4 and x-box one consoles. t-
also, designer labels. >> that endless wait for the restaurant check soon may be over. applebee's, the nation's largest casual dining chain, will announce its plans today-- to place tablets at every table in every one of its u-s restaurants by the end of 2014. folks can use the tablets to pay whenever they want -- and to order things like appetizers, desserts or even play video games. the chain's move to roll out nearly 100-thousand tablets will rank among the largest-ever rollout of tablet technology in the private sector. the tablets have 7-inch screens are larger than most cellphones but smaller than most conventional tablets. customers at applebee's and chili's, will continue to order their meals via waiters and waitresses. >> the time is 8:42 a.m.. we
will be right back.
>> on welcome back. we have sunshine. >> some of the clouds are starting to clear but we have not seen much with the temperatures perry ed people have been an ongoing and on tour to talk about how cold it is. san francisco right now was to 53 degrees. upper 40's for santa rosa. the wind is keeping the temperatures a little warmer. 16 mi. per hour winds and fairfield and 22 mi. per hour in oakland. we have several wind advisories. in terms of the afternoon the wind will come down and we will see upper 50s for most. 58 degrees oakland and temperatures will be in the mid 50s for livermore. sunnyvale will have a high of 54 degrees.
the clouds was start to clear from afternoon. the cold front has already came man but behind it is cold air that will grasp of the bay area pripet >> there is no surprise that we have a freeze watch for tonight and ver. we're anticipag upper 20s for tomorrow for the livermore valley area. even the north bay santa rosa and napa but would dip below freezing. it will be in effect with the exception of san francisco. make sure that you have your letters handy. >> we will hold a of a cold conditions for the rest of the week. the freeze watch will expire on thursday the only difference is that we will tackle the chance for rain 30 percent chance for friday to the weekend.
>> the freeway has been a mess of this morning and there is a problem in cupertino. this picture was sent from this winter.twitter. e was a dump truck that went into a garage. the driver just had minor injuries bread let's give back to the freeway, the bay bridge is still mass. it is backed up between 880, all lanes. on the span is still slow to get out of san francisco north 1 01 is very heavy. the san mateo bridge it is a different story they are moving okay. the golden gate bridge is moving okay as well. >> on to bay area sports. the a's have acquired jim johnson
major league baseball's saves leader for the last two seasons from the baltimore orioles for infielder jemile weeks and a player to be named later. johnson will be the a's closer replacing all-star grant balfour who became a free agent after the season. the 30-year-old johnson converted 50 of 59 save opportunities in last season with a 2.94 era. he tied for the major league lead in saves he led the majors with 51 saves in 2012 >> and free-agent left- hander scott kazmir is closing in on a $22 million, two-year contract with the athletics, pending a physical. the 29-year-old kazmir went 10-9 with a 4.04 era in 29 starts and 158 innings for the cleveland indians last season. so that means say goodbye to barolo colon >> richie incognito isn't returning to the field. but he will be able to go to the bank. the miami dolphin was suspended indefinitely for actions deemed detrimental by the team. however, now an agreement has been reached. incognito will be paid as the investigation into his suspension resumes. the incident revolves around slurs and alleged threats incognito made toward former fellow teammate and
former stanford player jonathan martin. >> and you won't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. and featuring gary's radio partner larry krueger. a brand new show here on kron 4-- we'll have lively debates.and big time interviews. the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9pm. check out the facebook page at sports night live - and "like us" for a chance to win a 2,000 dollar home theater system. >> several 49ers players swapped their football helmets for santa hats monday in san jose. it began with a huddle as players were paired with low-income children. before fanning out across a target store, armed with a long list of gift ideas for their families. joe looney, anquan boldin, colt mc-coy and a half dozen others. showing lots of patience in the toy aisles, getting some ideas of their own no doubt. giving back and getting something back in return.
>> i am very blessed. it feels good to give back to help these children out. >> my problem di\ family did noe a lot a money when i grow up. it feels good to give back. >> each child was given a gift card worth $300- dollars, courtesy of the 49ers and visa. the young people receiving the gifts are members of saint justin's parish community. >> an exam given to 15 year- olds worldwide shows u.s. students lagging in math and just average in science and reading. and american students failed to place in the top 20 in any category. results from a global exam given to 15-year-olds show u.s. students lagging in
math and just average in science and reading, while teens from asian nations dominate the categories.the top average scores in each subject came from shanghai, china's largest city. singapore, south korea, japan, and hong kong were among the participants with students scoring at the top on average in each subject. education secretary arne duncan calls the results released today a "picture of educational stagnation." duncan says the solution includes early education, higher academic standards, affordable college and the recruitment and retention of top-notch educators. >> the children and the florida actually drag the dollar this course for the united states.
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>>mark: top stories this tuesday, december 3rd. a dump truck crashes into a garage in cupertino. we'll show you the new video in this morning. >>darya:bart's two major unions could file a lawsuit today. how your commute could be affected. and colder temperatures on the way. here's a live look out of san francisco. let's check in with erica who has a closer look at our forecast. >>anny: some cloudy conditions as well to start off our tuesday morning on around here. we can see some really like showers comes through and some of it's not even hitting the ground but we still have a chance of maybe a shower or to
generally east of town out towards the sarah nevada. it will be breezy this afternoon and cooler. then tomorrow, even a much cooler air coming we are expecting some very cold mornings with a frost and freeze the watch in effect for the next couple of days. right now you can see from the showers that came through for its temperatures now warming up a whole lot. maybe only mid '50s for a lot of locations today. we will break down that cold forecast for you when i come back a little bit later but first here's a van with your traffic. take a morning. >>: we are talking wealth through berkeley all the way into san a possible vote on westbound 80 backed up. want to get through the macarthur maze if you're heading to the bay bridge toll plaza, this is what you're greeted with. and another backup extended beyond a 880 overpass. starting to loosen up a little bit and the left
lane catch planes. san mateo bridge much difference story pretty moving well both east bound at westbound golden gate bridge also looking good at this hour. >>mark: new this morning. the santa clara county sherriff's department is trying to figure out how a big rig ended up in a house this morning in cupertino. here's new video of the crash. the commercial dump truck slammed into a detached block of foothill blvd around 6. the driver suffered minor injuries. following developing news out of cupertino this morning where a dump truck crashed into a detached garage. kron four's jackie sissel is live at the scene on foothill boulevard with of those coming up. bart's two major unions could file a lawsuit today against the agency for failing to fulfill a contract that both sides had agreed to. bart admits it made a
mistake in the contract that could cost it millions of dollars over the next several years. kron 4's will tran is live at the west oakland bart station with the details. >>: no guarantees if there won't be a third of a barge strike. i spoke to the spokeswoman for one of the unions and she said they will address it at 11:00 this morning. bart trains and the unions are very upset because they believe this is not a mistake. i've been covering the story from the very beginning. they say bart to know exactly what was going on and now they're having a buyer's remorse. the chief negotiator for one of the union says it was so hard core the negotiations, that they got contracts and to them because of grammatical or punctuation problems. so she said there is no way that they didn't see about the sixth week of paid medical leave that is in the contract. barton says we don't want that. it was an accident which could cost bart $40 million over
the next four years. you talked to bart riders, they don't care. they just want to feel employees because of not they are staring at a third strike. here is their reaction to this ongoing, 3 >>: a third bart strike would keep me isolated. i have to take her to school every day. in her my pockets last time. on the last strike. i've spent double the money that i don't have so it's kind of hard. >>will: so the lawsuit will be filed at alameda superior county court. they will come out with their attorneys and the bart union leaders agreed there'll be a news conference that we will have much more throughout the day for this. the unions are just very upset about this for it when i asked a spokeswoman will there be a strike? she said we will talk about that at the news conference. >>darya: that's what everyone wants to know and when you look at legal
stuff, it takes months and sometimes longer to sort stuff out. to that leaves us in limbo. >>will: yes in limbo but with a bart there's nothing to prevent him from walking out on the job. they're not bound by any cooling off. so we would just have to wait and see. it's the people who are stuck and the metal. if you're really asking the people who's at fault they believe the bart management is at fault because they signed off on it. they hired a professional negotiator at $400,000 so they said pay me for the thousand dollars and i would not have made that mistake. >>darya: all right will thank you. >>mark:new this morning, supervisors in the north bay are meeting right now to look at putting together a park in honor of slain 13 year old andy lopez. lopez was shot by a sheriff's deputy who thought the boy was carrying a real gun. kron four's terisa estacio is in santa rosa, she just spoke with supervisors about this meeting. as well as the fallout from the fatal shooting.
it will start at a 30 here at the board of supervisors meeting in santa rosa. this issue this shooting of this 13 year-old has divided this community right after the shooting that took place in october. there were several protests. at the corner has revealed a that's andy's lopez was struck 10 times by veteran deputy director don't operate that he reportedly told authorities he believed a lopez was carrying a rifle at the time as he was walking along for road. lopez's parents have filed a wrongful death lawsuit. we can see some light on in the building here at the board of supervisors' chambers but no luck with talking to them before the meeting bridge will be covering the story extensively throughout the morning for you. will love to hear what you think about this issue. you can go to the kron4 web sites or go to facebook or tweet us your thoughts. in santa rosa
terisa estacio kron4 knows. and >>james:another developing story we are following this morning. the search will resume today for a single- engine plane registered to a san jose man that went missing in idaho. officials say five people were aboard the plane registered to dale smith when radar lost track of it. the plane was going from baker, oregon, to butte, montana. when the pilot reported an engine failure near the yellow pine air strip in central idaho. friends of smith say he took off a week ago to spend time with family and friends for the thanksgiving holiday. authorities have not identified who was on board the search in the central idaho back country has been complicated by heavy snow and low visibility. about two dozen search and rescue personnel were combing a mountain ridge near the small town of yellow pine for the single-
engine beechcraft bonanza. >>darya: 9 no 7. coming up in a report on how american students score compared to those overseas. we will have details and the next time you visit apple you may see something new on the table. you have those stories coming up at weather and traffic on this chilly tuesday morning. it will continue our live look from our cameras around the bay and a few minutes.
new this morning. when it comes to the basics in school. u-s students are far behind the rest of the world. a global exam given to 15 year olds worldwide shows,
the u-s is lagging in math and are just average in science and reading. in fact, american students failed to place in the top 20 in any subject. the top scoring teens are in singapore, south korea, japan and hong kong. education secretary arne duncan says the solution should include higher academic standards, affordable college and retention of top notch educators. today president obama will start a new push for the healthcare.gov website. in an event at the white house he will highlight people he says have been helped by his health care reform law and web site. the president also is expected to say that republicans want to strip away benefits without offering an alternative. the government saying most of the glitches on the healthcare.gov website have now been fixed and now that the healthcare.gov website is supposed to be running smoother, consumers are reporting mixed success as they try and log onto the updated healthcare exchange. brokers and online assisters in utah say three of every four people who want to sign up for coverage
on the federal government's online exchange are succeeding within an hour of logging in. navigators iwisconsa and north dakota reported vast improvement. the website is serving as a healthcare exchange for 36 states which did not or refused to set up their own website. california has it's own exchange at coveredca.com. which has also had some problems. our state exchange has
let's get a check with traffic carry 915. >>: we are getting up through mountain view. a very long call from about 880 often on in the stretch.
softbound 880 also going to be slow as well getting out of fremont. at the bay bridge toll plaza. believe it or not, a great improvement. we're still back of beyond the age 80 overpass. >>anny: cloudy conditions and also breezy. temperatures are starting off on the cool side away to the next couple of mornings were this is going to fill foggy compared to wednesday
thursday and friday morning. generally most of us are and the '50s. concord and 50. we did talk about the wednesday in breezy. we have sustained winds for oakland and 20 mi. per hour. 22 and half moon bay. also hayward getting some of the wind action at 16 mi. per hour. a cold front coming through. an arctic air mass . i don't expect a lot of what the weather delays for the next couple of days. 53 and
antioch is the mountain there expecting very cool conditions through thursday. your 7 day around the bay forecast is shaping up to be cooler. at a picture overnight lows we're talking 30's and 20's, when today, thursday and friday morning and it's your weekends as well. a slight chance for maybe some showers and to friday and maybe saturday 3 and monday could potentially be unsettled are right now is not looking like it could be a washout
>>mark: watching wall street winners and losers on wall street. >>: looks like a carrier's tie towards china mobile is starting to take some pre orders on an iphone and china with the biggest carrier. this pushes the stock up over 2 percent in trading. ultimately, you can't hold that game perce but this is a huge market and obviously, the gold phones obviously very popular in china. not sure exactly the love affair with a gold bug appears to be one. this is good news if you're a shareholder of apple. stocks hitting yearly highs. stocks not having a bad year like it was the route most of the first month of the year. and while black friday sales numbers warrant in that parade. as far as cyber monday looks like a real tank buster. >>: yes and i don't know the direction i want to take one
and three cyber monday participants for me i think the big story is i don't like people. i don't like going to malls. there was a shooting at a portland mall a couple years ago. i don't think people really feel safe. i know it's a super big stretch of the imagination there but we talk about retail sales and they're doing great. the physical retail sales not so much for companies like nordstrom 3 that they figured out online. i like the shopping ankle and how america.
we are back. that and let's wait for the restaurant check may soon be over.
apple these, the nation's largest casual dining chain-applebee's announces its plans today to place tablet every table in every one of its u.s. restaurants by the end of 2014. you can use the tablets to pay whenever they want and to order things like appetizers, deserts or even play video games. the chain's move to roll out nearly 100,000 tablets will rank among the largest ever rollout of tablet technology and the private
sector. too reliant stadium securitytwo reliant stadium security guards have been fired for taking pictures with after the new england patriots' victory over the houston texans on over the weekend. joel williams and another guard were terminated when a supervisor saw them posing for pictures with the pats' quarterback after the game. williams, who says he took his part-time job "very seriously," said he was confused by the decision since he had completed his duties for the day. the company that provides security for the texans stadium says "it is strictly against company policy for its employees to request
photos or autographs from players," two reliant stadium security guards were fired for taking pictures with tom brady after the new england patriots' victory over the houston texans on sunday. joel williams told khou he and another guard were terminated when a supervisor saw them posing for pictures with the pats' quarterback after the game. williams, who says he took his part-time job "very seriously," said he was confused by the decision since he had completed his duties for the day. a spokesman for csc, the company that provides security for the texans stadium, sent a statement to khou confirming the terminations. "it is strictly against csc policy for its employees to request photos or autographs from players," the statement read. on one hand, you feel bad for the two gentlemen who
lost their part-time gigs because they had the natural inclination to pose for a picture with one of the most photogenic men on the planet. on the other hand, you can't have security guards pestering famous people for pictures all the time. using the "but everybody else does it" excuse, as williams does in his interview, isn't a reasonable defense either. four san francisco giants minor league team members were injured in a crash this morning. the four were taken to a hospital for injuries suffered when their passenger van collided with a car near a hotel. authorities say one person's injuries are considered critical and possibly life-threatening. the giants conducts
training in scottsdale for its minor league teams. the club's major league team also conducts its spring training in the desert city. today, the supreme court will hear the case of a frequent flier who was kicked out of the program
for being a "frequent complainer". the case will test consumer rights versus corporate rights. rabbi bin-yo-min ginsberg says northwest airlines told him he complained too much and had "abused" his privileges. his worldperks platinum elite membership was then revoked. northwest, which merged with by delta air lines in 2008, said it had "sole judgment" over the program's general terms and conditions. authorities say a fourth student has come down with meningitis at the university of california,
santa barbara. the santa barbara county public health department announced monday that all four students became ill last month. the outbreak of the bacterial illness cost one undergraduate both of his feet. his family has said that aaron loy, a freshman lacrosse player, had both feet amputated two weeks when the disease affected the blood supply to his limbs. he remains hospitalized. more than 300 students who had contact with the ill students have been given antibiotics. bacterial meningitis can be spread through kissing and coughing. symptoms can include fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea and vomiting.
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there stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly.
here stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly.
you are looking at drivers being totally confused nats: ambiance some drive the wrong way and some roll through not letting some silly lane dividers get in the way nats: ambiance
you see drivers have been ignoring these no u-turn signs for as long as they ave been here how long as that thing been there the no u-turn sign yea for ever really yessss the issue is no one likes being stuck in traffic but on highway 37 being stuck is the norm unless you ignore all the signs advising you which direction to take because you know a shortcut and the shortcut is making a u-turn in front of sonoma raceway often driving on to the parking lot to make it
pseudo legal it"s gotten real bad we had cars bump in to each other we had cars pull out in fron of somebody else you have to slam on your brakes so that an unsafe condition so sonoma raceway placed a wall to prevent the u turns the placement of the wall funnels drivers to the gate the placement of the wall fi love watching tvthe gate outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
more of this diver how many times you make that turn homie shhhhhh hella a time bro in sonoma stanley roberts kron 4 news the laptops, tablets and other mobile devices were working overtime for cyber monday. considered to be the super bowl of online shopping. analysts say overall sales were up 17 point 5 percent compared to last year. smartphones and tablets drove nearly one third of traffic on cyber monday. marking a shift in shopping preferences. some of the most popular items included the new p-s 4 and x-box one consoles. t- v's and tablets. also, designer labels like cole haan.
>>anny: tracking your forecast. want to start with zero live look from your mount tam camera. a generally cool conditions. the temperatures are a little on the milder side compared to yesterday. but we're definitely going to see colette conditions for the afternoon. in little bit of a shower. and not everyone saw it. it will be breezy and cooler. that compared to yesterday. especially in the morning. we're looking at a very cool breeze. when speeds right now 20 and oakland, 24 half moon bay, 15 and san jose behind that much colder air will be left. temperatures right now and the '50s and generally 53 and san jose. 44 in pleasanton at or 50s for downtown san francisco. we've got a cold front
coming through seen since and now finally and the sierra nevada as the fog comes to rolled behind it will be left with some very cool air. some of the coldest air we've seen all season long 56 and san francisco. 54 in san jose also 56 degrees and richmond and oakland. that freeze what starting and the north bay. it will continue through thursday morning for a good portion of the bay area. the only exception being in san francisco. the peninsula and east bay valets and the north bay below freezing conditions. in talking 20s and 30s starting up late tonight perhaps into the death friday morning. here's your kron 47 day forecast for it's a lot cooler especially thursday and friday also potentially and the onset of a form of up showers friday and also saturday morning
for it looks like the latter half of the weekend should be dry for the most part with only a slight chance. monday potentially unsettling. right now does not look to be a washout. we will keep you posted. at the time now is 948 here is a damp with your traffic. popoff
researchers believe there is a chance that el nino conditions late in the rainy season could the brink some moisture to the state especially the southern half. i know even though this report predicts another dry weather it does no to that two or three storms could turn everything around. and the news room charles clifford kron 4 news. >>darya: check this out. several 49ers players swapped their football helmets for santa hats monday in san jose. it began with a huddle as
players were paired with low-income children. before fanning out across a target store, armed with a long list of gift ideas for their families. joe looney, anquan boldin, colt mc-coy and a half dozen others. showing lots of patience in the toy aisles, getting some ideas of their own no doubt. giving back and getting something back in return. each child was given a gift card worth $300- dollars, courtesy of the 49ers and visa. the young people receiving the gifts are members of saint justin's parish community. >>: officials agreed to give kids what i would want at that age. >>: i am blessed and it feels great to give them presents. speaking of 49ers. and you won't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. and featuring gary's radio partner larry krueger. a brand new show here on
kron 4-- we'll have lively debates.and big time interviews. the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9pm. check out the facebook page at sports night live - and "like us" for a chance to win a 2,000 dollar home theater system. a reminder, join kron 4 for the 7th annual tree lighting hosted by vornado realty trust. it's happening tonight starting at 5 p-m at 555 california street in san francisco. grammy nominated singer carly rae jepsen will perform. and honorary chairs with 49ers marcus lattimore and alex boone will light the tallest tree in the city. the event benefits the u-c- s-f medical center and the benioff children's hospital. it is free and open to the public!
the pacific a boys' choir is also going to perform and they were amazing. we have them in the studio. >>mark: dow down over 100 today falling back below the 16,000 mark. the dow now sitting at a 15,009 zero one. people are also concerned about temperatures with a big drop over the next few days to read than it has only to mid-50s. we make our way through wednesday thursday and friday still a chance of showers may be on friday. dropping down to 20 for the coldest inland spots as we have a freeze a warning
thursday morning expected to be the coldest unusually cold. >>mark: when you're looking at 49 for a high that's chile. but just getting back from the east coast not have that. brittan dr. phil coming up next.
>> announcer: today on an all-new "dr. phil." the doctor that murdered his wife. >> dr. phil: he almost got away with it. >> i was told that she was casting spells. >> dr. phil: she said that's laughable. >> i believe it did happen. >> announcer: the acts that shocked dr. phil. >> this is the week after my mother's death. >> dr. phil: that is cold! >> dr. phil: well, today we're talking about a story that continues to make headlines. a prominent doctor wants to murder his wife and make her death look like an accident. he almost got away with it. but martin macneill's children would not rest until their father was behin